Archives - In Praise Of Love

by Terence Rattigan

Directed by David Shepherd

Saturday 21st – Saturday 28th January 1978 in the Auditorium

Two plays written with humour and affection on the one theme of love.

The first, Before Dawn, an amusing pastiche on the story of Tosca, acts as a curtain-raiser to the second, After Lydia, which is an emotive study of a wife’s selfless love for an outwardly selfish and apparently uncaring husband.

Part of the Barn’s 1977/1978 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Before Dawn

The Baron-Brian Carman
The Diva-Jo Davies
The Captain-Robert Harper
The Lackey-Lewis Ford

After Lydia

Lydia Cruttwell-Janet Aspey
Sebastian Cruttwell-John Davies
Joey Cruttwelll-Graham Ford
Mark Walters-Stephen Egarr

Creative team

Director-David Shepherd
Lighting-John Cunningham
Vinny Cunningham
Sound-Derek Palmer
Roger Bury
Properties-Maureen Gilmour
Carolyn Annand
Costumes-Marion Canadine
Set Construction-Quinten Openshaw
Tony Wagstaff
Production Secretary-Beryl Blatherwick
Stage Manager-Dave Goodall
Assistant Stage Manager-Julia Wilson
Prompter-Belinda Putley
Box Office-Sylvia Pepper
Joan Parsons
House Manager-David Valler

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